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Transporting Your Vintage Car

Transporting Your Vintage Car

Car Transporter is a large branch of car carry. This companies is a specialized on transporting cars that are committed to the transport vintage cars. Most trailers used for the safe and effective transport of vintage cars are specially designed for smooth travel and protection from road and weath

12.4.2014 | Misc |

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1937 Dodge Street Rod

1937 Dodge Street Rod

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09.9.2013 | Dodge |

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Plymouth Special Deluxe (1949)

Plymouth Special Deluxe (1949)

The Plymouth Deluxe is a full-size automobile, produced by the Plymouth division of Chrysler, from 1946-1950. It came in two trim levels, the Deluxe and the top-of-the-line Special Deluxe. It had a starter button on the dash.[3] It was the first model line of the manufacturer after WWII and wa

07.19.2013 | Classic Plymouth |

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The classic Volkswagen VW Beetle

The classic Volkswagen VW Beetle

When a car makes you ache with nostalgia upon sight, it's usually because it had some influence over your childhood experience. Perhaps a family member rolled around in the same classic car once a year and took you out for a spin on country roads, or maybe you helped your father fix one up in th

07.11.2013 | Volkswagen |

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All about the Tata Nano Car in the Market

All about the Tata Nano Car in the Market

Tata motors ahs contributed a lot to the market of the cars. It has designed the best cars for the people who can bare least maintenance costs; however, they never compromised on the pleasure factors like the style and comfort. Tata Nano is completely affordable for the people to purchase. Moreove

04.10.2013 | Tata |

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1932 Ford Hot Rod

1932 Ford Hot Rod

Newly built hot rod using glass fibers or bodies of the more expensive steel, the new printer. Ford's 1932 classic lines close again with the new bodies. Sometimes original bodies are used, but the original cost is quite high. 1933 Ford is also a popular starting point for building a hot rod.

01.20.2012 | Ford |

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1939 Mercury Convertible 239 CID Flathead

1939 Mercury Convertible 239 CID Flathead

Civilian production resumed in July 1945, with an early start to the 1946 model year filling the public's thirst for new cars. The 1946 Ford was identical to the 1942 model under the skin, though a heavy new grille with horizontal bars and red accents modernized the car somewhat. One notable cha

11.21.2011 | Mercury |

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1939 Ford Street Rod

1939 Ford Street Rod

This 1939 Ford Street Rod hasĀ 5 Window Coupe is ready for the show circuit. All this steel body beauty is complete with all quality materials and it shows. Its equipped with a 327ci Corvette engine (300 + hp), 350 Turbo Transmission with Lokar shifter, electronic ignition, Griffith aluminum r

10.28.2011 | Ford |

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1937 Ford Coupe

1937 Ford Coupe

Ford line of cars was updated in 1937 with a major change - the introduction of an entry-level 136 CID (2.2 L) V8, in addition to the popular 221 CID (3.6 L) V8 unit. The 1937 Ford Coupe model was a refresh of its predecessor, itself based on Ford's V8-powered Model 40A and was the compan

10.26.2011 | Ford |

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1949 Dodge Pickup

1949 Dodge Pickup

The Dodge brothers (John and Horace) got their start making parts for Ford and other makers. From the first Dodge Brothers automobile in 1914, the Dodge brothers' durability and quality earned their company a strong reputation and good sales. They did not build an actual truck until World War I,

10.26.2011 | Dodge |

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